Parks in
Farmington

Located in the central part of town, it was named in honor of Dr. James M. Reed, who served as the local doctor for 57 years until his death in 2013. The park has playground activities, but with its large gazebo and central location, it serves as the site for numerous events such as the Memorial Day services, 4th of July celebration, and the annual Christmas tree lighting. It is a major destination stop on the Spoon River Drive, held the first two weekends in October. It is also the site of various veteran memorials.

Would you like to reserve the park for your next event? Fill out the form below and turn it into the City of Farmington administrative office.

180 E Fulton St
Farmington, IL 61531

Located on the east side of Farmington, it is one of the most-used parks, especially during baseball season, with the two softball fields and baseball diamond, named in honor or Jim Perelli, Walt Grebe, and Wayne Kersh. There is also a soccer field, large pavilion, restrooms, basketball court, extensive playground equipment, and a batting cage. The park is named in honor of Dr. Frank D. Jacobs, who served as the local doctor for 35 years until his death in 1967 in a car accident in rural Farmington while making a patient call.

E Wilson Street
Farmington, IL 61531

Township Park is located one mile south of the town on Park Road, is the largest park for Farmington residents and visitors, and includes a large fishing lake and a large pavilion. There is also a basketball court and tennis court as well as a softball diamond. Other amenities include a restroom and extensive playground equipment for all ages, and trails to explore. A new disc golf course was constructed in 2017

23352 E Park Rd
Farmington, IL 61531

Located on West Fulton Street, it is named in honor of Dr. E.K. Dimmitt, who served as a doctor in Farmington from 1906 until 1958. It includes playground equipment, a basketball court, and an excellent picnic pavilion. The playground equipment in this park was purchased in honor of Dr. Elizabeth Henderson, another long-time doctor who served her patients from her residence on North Wall Street. This park is also the site of an annual tractor pull.

W Fulton St
Farmington, IL 61531

The city has been working hard to get fillable forms up and running for the convivence of our residents. To fill these out please use a computer or a tablet device. Some forms and permit applications require a fee, through the website, Epay is available. Any questions about this service? Please call the city building and we can assist you.

Italian Fest is starting back-up, and we could not be more excited! If you are interested in participating in the many events that will take place, direct yourself to the Italian Fest page located on this website. Sign-ups are available and an itinerary with a fun-filled day!

The contact form on this website is a great accessory for any citizen to ask questions, get clarification, or reach out. All responses will come from email and allow residents to contact us when they are able to. If there are any circumstances that needs to be addressed ASAP, please call us and we will get them resolved.

The city has started its own Facebook page, so residents are able to receive the correct information from the source itself. If you are interested in following this page it is, City of Farmington, IL.

As the trees are throwing leaves, our public works will run an annual weeklong program where residents are able to push leaves to the curb and the leaf truck will pick them up. This is a newer program that started last year and was very successful. Our city enjoys putting on these programs to assist our residents in any way. Have any questions on this program or wanting to know when they start? Feel free to call the city building at: (309)245-2011

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All City Council Meetings are able to be streamed from the comfort of your own home. They are located on the City of Farmington Youtube: @Cityoffarmingtonil